Football fans question safety of sport following Damar Hamiln's collapse
Football fans across the country, geared up from the Buffalo vs. Cincinnati game on Monday, again are questioning the dangers of the game while they await the latest on safety Damar Hamlin’s condition after his heart stopped and he collapsed on the field.
Americans love their contact sports, but what do they think about the consequences?
To consider the issue, we speak with New York Times sports reporter Ken Belson, The Ohio State University associate professor of sociology Chris Knoester, PhD candidate in sociology at The Ohio State University Mariah Warner and Executive director at the Markkula Center for Applied Ethics at Santa Clara University Don Heider.
- Ken Belson, New York Times sports reporter
- Chris Knoester, associate professor of sociology at The Ohio State University
- Mariah Warner, PhD candidate in sociology at The Ohio State University
- Don Heider, executive director at the Markkula Center for Applied Ethics at Santa Clara University
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